The Narendra Modi government at the Center has bowed before the farmers’ movement. The government has withdrawn all three agriculture laws. On Friday, November 19, PM Modi apologized, withdrew all three agricultural laws.
Narendra Modi Withdraws All Three Farmer Laws
PM Modi said in his address to the nation,
“Three laws were brought to improve agriculture. So that small farmers get more power. For years this demand was being demanded by the farmers and experts, economists of the country. When these laws were brought, there was a discussion in the Parliament. The farmers and organizations of the country welcomed it, supported it. I am very grateful to everyone.”
PM Narendra Modi further said,
Apologizing to the countrymen, I say with a sincere heart that perhaps there was some deficiency in our penance also. We could not explain our point to some farmer brothers. Today is the light festival of Guru Nanak.
Today I have come to tell this to the whole country; we have decided to return three agricultural laws. We will soon start the constitutional process to repeal all three agricultural laws.
Appealing to the farmers, PM Narendra Modi said,
“You all return to your respective homes, return to the farm, return to the family, make a new beginning.”
‘Seen the problems of the farmers very closely.’
During the address, PM Modi also said, “I have seen, felt the problems of farmers very closely for the last several decades. Ever since I got the opportunity, our government started working for their betterment. We will think well of them in future also.”
Giving information during this, PM Modi said that in the Parliament session going to start at the end of this month, the constitutional process of returning the three agricultural laws will be completed.
PM Modi counted the works of his government.
PM Narendra Modi said that his government had taken many steps to ensure that farmers get the right price for their produce during his address. He claimed that his government had procured the maximum crop in the last several decades.
According to PM,
“Our government has broken decades of records in terms of procurement of crops. By connecting more than 1000 mandis of the country with the e-NAM scheme, we have given a platform to the farmers to sell their produce anywhere.
Crores have been spent on the modernization of agricultural markets. The agriculture budget of the country has increased five times as compared to earlier. Every year 1.25 lakh crore is being spent on agriculture.